ViennaSphere in London
2-4 April 2015
The 360° projection dome open its doors: With a diameter of 22 meters and a height of 20 meters, the ViennaSphere offers space for up to 500 people.
The semitransparent envelope of the inflatable dome facilitates internal and external projections and thus an impressive all-round experience: In the evenings, the Viennese artists’ collective “Neon Golden” whisks audiences away to Vienna with several consecutive presentations of a captivating multimedia show. The city presents itself in series of real images and exciting 3D computer animations during the 360° projection lasting around 15 minutes.
As the crowning conclusion, you experience a never-before-seen recording of Conchita Wurst performing “Rise Like a Phoenix”, with which she won the Eurovision Song Contest for Austria in 2014.
Step inside, be enchanted and win a trip to Vienna!
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The programme from 2 to 4 April in London:
12.00 pm – 6.30 pm:
Interactive stations with virtual reality glasses and Kinect sensors invite you on a virtual tour along Vienna's Ringstrasse.
8.15 pm – 11.00 pm and on 4 April until 10.00 pm:
The ViennaSphere invites you to a fantastic 3D multimedia show 3x an hour.
(Duration: approx. 15 minutes)
The ViennaSphere contest
Every evening, the ViennaSphere offers visitors the chance to win a trip to Vienna for two, including tickets to the Eurovision Song Contest final. So a visit is worth it in all kinds of ways!
This is what you can win every evening:
- 1 pair of tickets to the ESC final on 23 May.
- 1 double room, 4-star category, incl. breakfast from 22-24 May. (2 nights)
- 1 pair of flights on Austrian Airlines from London (LHR) to Vienna and return
- 1 pair of Vienna Cards, each of which provides free travel on public transport and more than 210 discounts across Vienna.
The winners have been drawn and informed via email.
In cooperation with
Vienna celebrates 150 years of the Ringstrasse.
Vienna's Ringstrasse was officially opened by Emperor Franz Joseph on 1 May 1865. In 2015, Vienna will celebrate the 150th birthday of the magnificent boulevard with numerous exhibitions and special tours. The Ringstrasse is home to a wealth of sights as well as large parks, important monuments and numerous secrets just waiting for you to discover.
You can find more information on Vienna's Ringstrasse here.
Vienna Ring View: A virtual tour along the Ringstrasse
Explore the most beautiful boulevard in the world. Right from your sofa: With Vienna Ring View, you can gain a virtual insight into the impressive history of 150 years of the Ringstrasse and with a little luck also win a trip to Vienna.
Play now and win!
The 60th Eurovision Song Contest in Vienna
Conchita Wurst won the 59th Eurovision Song Contest for Austria in Copenhagen. As a result, the 60th Eurovision Song Contest will take place in Vienna from 18 to 23 May 2015 under the motto "Building Bridges". The world’s biggest music event will keep the city in suspense for a whole week with numerous shows at the Vienna Stadthalle, the Eurovision Village on Vienna's City Hall Square and lots of other events.
You can find more details on the Eurovision Song Contest here.
ViennaSphere Tour – discover Vienna in other cities, too:
19-21 March 2015
Barcelona, Moll de Bosch i Alsina/Rambla del Mar
(Moll de la Fusta - Port Vell)
26-28 March 2015
Paris, Place du Palais Royale
2-4 April 2015
London, Somerset House
10-12 April 2015
Milan, Via del Burchiello (MM1 Pagano)
17-19 April 2015
Berlin, RAW-Gelände, Revaler Straße / Eingang Dirschauer Straße